December 26, 2007

Film Critic Quote of the Week

Choire Sicha, who I guess is still the editor of Gawker:

"There's such a glaring omission on nearly all the "best of 2007" movies lists. Why will no one understand that Quentin Tarantino's "Death Proof" was one of the bestest, smartest, coolest, entertainingest movies of the year? Because it so was. (If it weren't for that darned "No Country For Old Men," it might have been the best.)"
It made my top ten, if it makes Choire feel any better.

Speaking of which, the IndieWire poll- which used to be the Village Voice poll- came out over the holiday, and "There Will Be Blood" is the winner, followed by "Zodiac" and "No Country For Old Men." I was pleasantly surprised to see "Southland Tales" at #18; "Grindhouse" was #30.

Posted by Stephen Silver at December 26, 2007 03:12 PM
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